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Gender-related policies as economic reforms rather than welfare payments

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Promoting equal opportunity for women has become a “national economic and social priority” for Australia.

The national budget includes an ambitious national gender equality strategy with the goal of making Australia “one of the most gender-equal countries in the world”.

It will take a few years for Labor’s new childcare and paid parental leave policies to take effect, but they will make it easier for families to juggle paid work and care.

https://www.smh.com.au/politics/federal/plan-to-make-australia-one-of-the-most-gender-equal-countries-20221023-p5bs4j.html




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